Posts Tagged ‘Razer’

Razer Launches Gaming Mouse For Left-Handed Gamers

Razer Left-Handed Mouse 2

The Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition is a new gaming mouse created by Razer and it was designed for left handed gamers. Robert “Razerguy” Krakoff, the presindent of Razer in the USA claims that the mouse was designed exclusively for the left handed gamers community which has a large membership.

The Razer DeathAdder Left Hand gaming mouse has an ergonomic design and features a 3500dpi 3.5G infrared sensor with 1000hz polling. It also has 5 programmable buttons. The peripheral can be purchased from Razer for $59.99.

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Razer Dual-Sided Mousepad – designed for different gameplays

RazerVespul Dual-Sided Mousepad

Razer’s latest product is a dual-sided mousepad designed for those who really enjoy high-end gaming.

Called Vespula, the mousepad has two sides, each  featuring a specific surface, because different genres offer particular gameplays. The Speed Surface is intended for games that require large and sweeping motions, while the Control Surface was designed for small and precise movements. Vespula also features a gel-filled wrist rest for long gaming sessions, in order to provide comfort to gamers. The material from which the mousepad was made doesn’t is slid-proof.

Razer’s Vespula Dual-Sided Mousepad is available wordwide for $34.99 .

Via Engadget

Razer and Sixsens are bringing New Gaming Experience to You

Razer Sixsens Advanced Motion Gaming Controller

Razer and Sixsense agreed to create a new motion gaming controller for PCs which has been designed to give users full control on movement or weapons with accurate precision. The controller acts like a Wii remote but you will have one in each hand and you will discover a new level of gaming experience.

The controller works with some demos and Valve’s Left 4 Dead 2 for the moment, but until the official lunch on the market  it will be compatible with lots of games. The new motion gaming controller is expected to go on sale later this year.

Via Geeky-Gadgets